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One health in our backyard: Design and evaluation of an experiential learning experience for veterinary medical students
Mor SM, et al. One Health 2018. PMID 29911166 Free PMC article.
METHODS: Veterinary medical students participated in a field trip to a local parklands area, frequented by humans, dogs, horses, and wildlife. ...Following the field trip, students participated in a debrief exercise and completed an online survey on their experiences. RESULTS: Feedback from students collected in 2016/2017 (n = 211) was overwhelmingly positive. ...
METHODS: Veterinary medical students participated in a field trip to a local parklands area, frequented by humans, dogs, horses, and …
Longitudinal changes in blood metabolites, amino acid profile, and oxidative stress markers in American Foxhounds fed a nutrient-fortified diet
Beloshapka AN, et al. J Anim Sci 2018. PMID 29474728 Free PMC article.
Dogs were balanced by gender, age, body weight, and athletic performance between diets. During the study, dogs underwent 78 bouts of exercise, with approximately 22 km/bout. ...Vitamin E and taurine status of dogs appear to be affected by extended endurance exercise. These data suggest dogs undergoing endurance exercise may benefit from supplementation of vitamin E and taurine to minimize oxidation and maintain taurine status....
Dogs were balanced by gender, age, body weight, and athletic performance between diets. During the study, dogs underwent 78 bo
Utilisation of supplemented l-carnitine for fuel efficiency, as an antioxidant, and for muscle recovery in Labrador retrievers
Varney JL, et al. J Nutr Sci 2017. PMID 28620483 Free PMC article.
Male carnitine dogs produced half the creatine phosphokinase (CPK) following exercise compared with male control dogs (P = 0·05). Carnitine dogs had lower myoglobin at 6·69 ng/ml following intensive exercise compared with controls at 24·02 ng/ml (P = 0·0295). ...
Male carnitine dogs produced half the creatine phosphokinase (CPK) following exercise compared with male control dogs ( …
Percutaneous Pericardial Resection: A Novel Potential Treatment for Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction
Borlaug BA, et al. Circ Heart Fail 2017. PMID 28396500 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: People with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction develop increases in left ventricular (LV) end-diastolic pressures during exercise that contribute to dyspnea. ...Further study is warranted to determine whether this method is safe and produces similar acute and chronic hemodynamic benefits in people with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction....
BACKGROUND: People with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction develop increases in left ventricular (LV) end-diastolic pressures dur …
A non-invasive tool for detecting cervical cancer odor by trained scent dogs.
Guerrero-Flores H, et al. BMC Cancer 2017. PMID 28122528 Free PMC article.
Furthermore, data supports the use of trained dogs as a viable, affordable, non-invasive and, therefore, highly relevant alternative method for detection of CC lesions. Additional benefits of this method include its quick turnaround time and ease of use while remaining highly accurate and robust....
Furthermore, data supports the use of trained dogs as a viable, affordable, non-invasive and, therefore, highly relevant alternative …
Understanding action control of daily walking behavior among dog owners: a community survey
Rhodes RE and Lim C. BMC Public Health 2016. PMID 27852251 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Walking among dog owners may be a means to achieve health benefits, yet almost half of owners (approximately 30% of households) are not regularly walking their dogs. ...
BACKGROUND: Walking among dog owners may be a means to achieve health benefits, yet almost half of owners (approximately 30% of house …
The association between dog ownership or dog walking and fitness or weight status in childhood
Westgarth C, et al. Pediatr Obes 2017. PMID 27793067 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Health benefits of dog walking are established in adults: dog owners are on average more physically active, and those walking their dogs regularly have lower weight status than those who do not. ...RESULTS: We found little evidence to support that children who live with, or walk with, dogs are any fitter or less likely to be obese than those who do not. ...
BACKGROUND: Health benefits of dog walking are established in adults: dog owners are on average more physically active, and those wal …
Vegetarian versus Meat-Based Diets for Companion Animals
Knight A and Leitsberger M. Animals (Basel) 2016 - Review. PMID 27657139 Free PMC article.
Additional reviewed studies examined the nutritional soundness of commercial meat-based diets and the health status of cats and dogs maintained on vegetarian and meat-based diets. ...However, a significant and growing body of population studies and case reports have indicated that cats and dogs maintained on vegetarian diets may be healthy-including those exercising at the highest levels-and, indeed, may experience a range of health benefits. ...
Additional reviewed studies examined the nutritional soundness of commercial meat-based diets and the health status of cats and dogs
Encouraging Dog Walking for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Christian H, et al. Am J Lifestyle Med 2016 - Review. PMID 30202393 Free PMC article.
Regular physical activity is associated with numerous health benefits, including the prevention of many chronic diseases and conditions or a reduction in their adverse effects. ...Strategies that emphasize the value of dog walking for both dogs and people, promote the context-dependent repetition of dog walking, enhance the social-interaction benefits, encourage family dog walking, and ensure availability of public space for dog walking may encourage increased dog walking. ...
Regular physical activity is associated with numerous health benefits, including the prevention of many chronic diseases and conditio …
Additive opportunistic capture explains group hunting benefits in African wild dogs.
Hubel TY, et al. Nat Commun 2016. PMID 27023355 Free PMC article.
African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) are described as highly collaborative endurance pursuit hunters based on observations derived primarily from the grass plains of East Africa. ...The dogs used multiple short-distance hunting attempts with a low individual kill rate (15.5%), but high group feeding rate due to the sharing of prey. ...
African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) are described as highly collaborative endurance pursuit hunters based on observations derived prima …
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